Kane Kosugi Battles Amnesia and Assassins in Tekken 2: Kazuya’s Revenge Trailer

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Kane Kosugi in Tekken 2 - Kazuya's Revenge (2014) Movie Image

“Ballistic: Ecks vs. Sever” director Wych Kaosayananda’s latest, “Tekken 2: Kazuya’s Revenge” (formerly “Tekken 2: A Man Called X”) has sneaked its way onto DVD, Blu-ray, and VOD this week. You can grab a copy of the movie from Amazon and other places if you’re so inclined, but frankly, after seeing this trailer for it I’m not sure if you’ll want to. And I actually liked the first “Tekken,” which starred Jon Foo, so I’m a bit disappointed the sequel is not only obviously working on a shoestring budget, but I’m not sure it even makes sense in the context of the last movie.

Kane Kosugi, son of the legendary Sho Kosugi, stars in this one. If nothing else, the martial arts should look pretty convincing. But hey, maybe it’s just me. You can judge for yourself.

Suffering from amnesia, a young man trying to discover his true identity is kidnapped by an underground crime organization and turned into a ruthless assassin.

Starring Kane Kosugi, Kelly Wenham, Gary Daniels, Hiroyuki Takagawa, and Rade Serbedzija.

Grab it on DVD, Blu-ray, or watch on VOD now if you’re interested.

Tekken 2 - Kazuya's Revenge (2014) Movie Poster

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  • Luke T

    Why do they love screwing up potentially awesome movies….

  • http://www.beyondhollywood.com/ Dedpool

    I too liked Tekken. if it’s truly connected this would be a prequel about Kazuya. He wasn’t always an asshole. But yeah this looks pretty bad. This could’ve easily been about how the Tekken corporation rose to power, and the meeting of Kazuya and Jun (which looks to be in here)

  • Bruce Acosta

    The Tekken series if you want to make the movies based on the games you need to look at the storyline on characters development, the tournament and the filmmakers need to do to be fans of the game like Joey Ansah bought us Street Fighter Assassin’s Fist.

    • http://www.beyondhollywood.com/ Dedpool

      Agreed! Tekken was actually one of the fighting games that always had ain interesting story, and it looks like they’re just taking little cues from the backstory and making it up as they go, which wouldn’t be bad if they were writing compelling stuff.